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Early Responses to Renaissance Drama

Cambridge University Press
978-0-521-85843-7 - EARLY RESPONSES TO RENAISSANCE DRAMA - by Charles Whitney
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Index

Abrams, M. H.

Achinstein, Sharon

actresses

Admiral’s Men

Adorno, Theodor

Aeneid (Virgil)

Aesop

aesthetics

autonomous vs. affirmative or pragmatic

post-Restoration see also appropriation, liberated aesthetic, Protestant (reformed) aesthetic, reception

Agrippa, Henry Cornelius

De Occulta Philosophia

The Vanitie of Sciences

Alba: The Months Minde of a Melancholy Lover (Tofte)

The Alchemist (Jonson)

alcoholism

Alleyn, Edward

allusions

Alonso

Altman, Joel

Amends for Ladies (Field)

Amoret

Amoretti (Spenser)

Ananias

Anatomy of Abuses (Stubbes)

The Anatomy of Melancholy (Burton)

1 and 2 The True and Honorable History of the Life of Sir John Old-castle, the Good Lord Cobham (Admiral’s Men)

Anglicanism

Anniversaries Upon His Panarete: Continued (Brathwait)

An.Sc.

An Antidote for Purgatory (Owen)

antitheatricalism

Anton, Robert

Antonius (Marc Antoine) (Garnier)

An Apology for Actors (Heywood)

apostrophe

apprentices

appropriation

Arcadia (Sidney)

Armado

Armin, Robert

astrology

Astrophel and Stella (Sidney)

authorial agency

Autolycus

Bacon, Francis

Bajazeth

Baker, Augustine

Bampfield, Colonel Joseph

Banquo

Barthes, Roland

Bartholomew Fair (Jonson)

Battenhouse, Roy

Beard, Thomas

Beaumont, Francis

Knight of the Burning Pestle

Rafe

Bedford, Lucy Countess of

Behn, Aphra

Belvedére

Berek, Peter

Bevington, David

Biron

Blackfriars

The Blazon of Jealousie (Varchi)

Bleamell, Thomas

bliss (jouissance)

Blumenberg, Hans

Boar’s Head Theatre

“Bocke of Plaies” (Forman)

Bodenhan, John

Bolton, Edmund

“Book of Martyrs” (Foxe)

The Bouncing Knight, or the Robers Rob’d

Bowen, Barbara E.

Boyle, Elizabeth Killigrew

Brackley, Elizabeth

Brathwait, Richard

Anniversaries Upon His Panarete: Continued

The English Gentleman

The English Gentlewoman

A Solemne Ioviall Disputation…briefly Shadowing the Laws of Drinking

Whimzies: or A new Cast of Characters

Brecht, Bertholt

Bridges, John

Bristol, Michael

Britomart

Brooke, Christopher

Brooke, Henry, Lord Cobham

Brooke, Tucker

Brooke, William, Lord Cobham

Burbage, Richard

Burgess, Glenn

Burghe, Nicholas

Burnett, Mark Thornton

The Burning Book, Not Consumed (Hart)

Burton, Robert

Busirane

Butler, Martin

Calvin, John

Carew, Thomas

Carey, George

Carey, Henry

Carion

Carleton, Dudley

Carnival/Lent dynamic

carnivalesque grotesque

Caroline period

carpenters’ records

Cartelli, Thomas

Cary, Elizabeth

The Tragedy of Mariam

Cary, Lucius

An Eglogue on the Death of Ben Johnson

The Case is Altered (Jonson)

Catholicism

Catholics

Catiline

Catiline (Jonson)

Cavalier culture

Cavendish, Jane

Cavendish, Margaret

Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle

Cecil, Lady Ann

Cecil, Robert

Celia

Chapman, George

character books

Charney, Maurice

Chettle, Henry

Chillingworth, William

Christ’s Tears Over Jerusalem (Nashe)

Church-History of Britain (Fuller)

citizen taste

Cixous, Hélène

Cleaver, Robert

Cleopatra

Cléopatre (La Calprenède)

Clifford, Anne see Sackville, Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset

Clifford, Margaret see Cumberland, Margaret Clifford, Dowager Countess of

clowns

Cobham, Lord see Brooke, Henry, Lord Cobham, William, Lord Cobham

Cockpit Theatre

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

commodity/commodification

commonplace books

“community of discourse”

The Concealed Fancies (Cavendish and Brackley)

Copernicanism

Coryat, Thomas

Costard

Cotgrave, John

Cotton, Sir Robert

Counter-Reformation

courtship

Covell, William

Coventry, Sir William

Cowley, Abraham

Cox of Collumpton

Cox, Robert

craft guilds

Critique of Pwe Judgement (Kant)

Cromwell, Henry

Cromwell, Oliver

crossdressing

Crosse, Henry

Cumberland, Margaret Clifford, Dowager Countess of

Curle, Edward

Curtain Theatre

Daiphantus (An. Sc.)

Daniel, George

Daniel, Samuel

Hymen’s Triumph

Rosemund

The Tragedie of Cleopatra

D’Avenant, William

Davies, John of Hereford

audience, authority of

and Hamlet

Humours Heau’n on Earth: with the Ciuile Warres of Death and Fortune

Microcosmos

The Muse’s Sacrifice, or Divine Meditations

poetry

Scourge of Folly

on Shakespeare

sonnet on Tamburlaine

Urania

Wit’s Bedlam

Witte’s Pilgrimage

The Writing Schoolemaster

Dawson, Anthony

de casibus framework

De Occulta Philosophia (Agrippa)

death

Dee, John

Dekker, Thomas

The Gull’s Hornbook

Old Fortunatus

Satiromastix

The Shoemaker’s Holiday

Deloney, Thomas

Dering, Edward

despair

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex

Dido

Dido, Queen of Carthage (Marlowe)

Diehl, Huston

Digges, Leonard

Dod, John

Dolven, Jeff

Don Quixote

Donne, John

Dorset, Countess of see Sackville, Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset

Dr. Faustus (Marlowe)

Drake, Joan

Drake, Rev. Samuel

Drake, William

dramatic response

Drayton, Michael

Drebbel, Cornelius

Drugger-Dapper

Drummond, Jane

Drummond, William

drunken executioner image

Dryden, John

The Duchess of Malfi (Webster)

Duncan

Dutton, Elizabeth

Dutton, Richard

Dymoke, Edward

Eagleton, Terry

Earle, John

Eastward Ho! (Jonson)

Edward II (Marlowe)

effigies

Egerton, Lord Keeper

An Eglogue on the Death of Ben Johnson (Cary)

Eikon Basilike (Charles I)

Eikonoklastes: in Answer to a Book Entitl’d Eikon Basilike (Milton)

Elton, W. R.

The English Gentleman (Brathwaite)

The English Gentlewoman (Brathwaite)

The English Treasury of Wit and Language (Cotgrave)

Erasmus

Essex, Earl of see Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex

Eton, John Hales of see Hales, John, of Eton

Every Man in His Humour (Jonson)

Every Man out of His Humour (Jonson)

exile

The Faerie Queene (Spenser)

Falstaff, Sir John

between Carnival and Modern Aesthetics

Carnival/Lent dynamic

catechism on honour

The Oldcastle Controversy

orature

and Tamburlaine

fate

Felltham, Owen

female playgoers see also response, female

Field, John

Field, Nathan

Finkelpearl, Philip

fishwives

Fitzgeoffrey, Henry

Notes from Black-Fryers

Satyres and Satyricall Epigrams

Fitzherbert, Dionys

Fletcher, John

The Humorous Lieutenant

The Mad Lover

The Woman’s Prize

Follywit

fools

Ford, John

foreigners

Forman, Simon

fortune

Fortune Theatre

Foucault, Michel

Four Prentices of London (Heywood)

Foxe, John

Frank, Marcie

Fraser, Nancy

Freud, Sigmund

Fuller, Thomas

Church-History of Britain

History of the Worthies of England

Fumerton, Patricia

Gadshill robbery

A Game at Chess (Middleton)

Garnier, Robert

Gauden, John

Gayton, Edmund

Pleasant Notes Upon Don Quixote

gentlewomen

Ananias (Jonson)

Cavalier culture

Cleopatra

Drake, Joan

Halkett, Anne

Lanyer, Amelia

Osborne, Dorothy

Owen, Jane

private shows

reprobation

Richard III

theatre of meditation

Giacomo

Gill, Alexander

Gill, John

Glimp, David

Globe Theatre

A Godly Form of Household Government (Dod and Cleaver)

Goldman, Michael

Gondibert (d’Avenant)

Goodwin, Richard

Gorboduc (Sackville and Norton)

Gouge, William

Grady, Hugh

Le Grand Cyrus (Scudéry)

Gras, Henk

Great Tew Circle

Greenblatt, Stephen

Greene, John III

Greene, Katherine

Greene, Robert

Greville, Fulke

Griffiths, Paul

grotesque see carnivalesque grotesque

groundlings

The Guardian (Cowley)

guild courts

Guillory, John

Guilpin, Everard

The Gull’s Hornbook (Dekker)

Gurr, Andrew

Playgoing in Shakespeare’s London

Gwyn, Nell

Halasz, Alexandra

Hales, John, of Eton

Halkett, Anne Murray

Hall, Joseph

Harbage, Alfred

Harington, Henry

Harington, Sir John

Harrington, Lucy, Countess of Bedford

Hart, John

The Burning Book, Not Consumed

Trodden Down Strength

Harvey, Dorothy

Harvey, Gabriel

Hatfield House

Hattrell, Elizabeth

Hawkes, David

A Health to the Gentlemanly Profession of Seruingmen or, the Seruingman’s Comfort (I.M.)

Heath, Edward

Hedrick, Donald

Hell’s Broke Loose (Rowlands)

Hemings, John

Herbert, Mary Sidney, Countess Dowager of Pembroke

Herbert, Philip

Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke

Hereford, John Davies of see Davies, John of Hereford

hermeticism

Herrick, Robert

heterogeneity

Hewes, Joan

Hey for Honesty (Randolph)

Heylyn, Peter

Heywood, Thomas

An Apology for Actors

Four Prentices of London

Philocothonista

Hintz, Carrie

The History of the World

History of the Worthies of England (Fuller)

Hobbes, Thomas

Hoby, Margaret

The Hogge Hath Lost his Pearl (Tailor)

Holinshead, Raphael

Holland, Philemon

honour catechism see Falstaff

Hooker, Richard

Hooker, Thomas

horseback heroism

Hoskins, John

The Host

Hotson, Leslie

Humanism

The Humorous Lieutenant (Fletcher)

Humours Heau’n on Earth: with the Ciuile Warres of Death and Fortune (Davies of Hereford)

Hutson, Lorna

Hyde, Edward

Hymen’s Triumph (Daniel)

“Hymne of Heavenly Beauty” (Spenser)

I The Blind Beggar of Bednal Green (Chettle and Haughton)

If This be Not a Good Play, the Devil Is In It (Dekker)

Ignoramus (Ruggles)

“Il Penseroso” (Milton)

Iliad (Homer)

I.M.

“In Praise of Poesie” (Davies of Hereford)

Inns of Court

instrumentalization

Interregnum

intonation

Irish campaign

The Isle of Gulls

James, Richard

John Davies of Hereford see Davies, John of Hereford

John of Gaunt

Jones, Richard

Jonson, Ben

The Alchemist

Ananias

Bartholomew Fair

The Case is Altered

Catiline

Eastward Ho!

Every Man in His Humour

Every Man out of His Humour

The Magnetic Lady

The New Inn

“Ode to Himself”

Poetaster

Sejanus

The Staple of News

Timber

uses

Volpone

Works

Jonsonus Virbius

jouissance see bliss

Journal (Norwood)

Kant, Immanuel

Killigrew, Sir William

kindness

King James

King, John

King-Kok Cheung

Kinge, William

Kinney, Arthur

Kirkman, Francis

Knapp, Jeffrey

Knight of the Burning Pestle (Beaumont)

Knolles, Richard

Knutson, Roslyn

Kyd, Thomas

La Calprenède

labor relations

Lacan, Jacques

Lady Macbeth

The Lady of Pleasure (Shirley)

Lamb, Charles

Lamb, Mary Ellen

Lanier, Douglas

Lanyer, Aemilia

Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum

law students

Leggatt, Alexander

The Legitimacy of the Modern Age (Blumenberg)

Lent see Carnival/Lent dynamic

Lenton, Francis

L’Estrange, Roger

A Letter Sent by Maydens of London

Levin, Richard

Leyden, John

libels

liberated aesthetic

The Life and Death of Thomas Lord Cromwell

Ligon, Richard

Lodge, Thomas

Loewenstein, David

London College of Physicians

Long Parliament

Lord Proudly

love-making

Lovelace, Richard

Lucrece

Lumley, Mayor Martin

Lunney, Ruth

Lupton, Donald

Luther, Martin

Macbeth

Macherey, Pierre

Machiavelli, Niccolo

The Mad Lover (Fletcher)

A Mad World My Masters (Middleton)

The Magnetic Lady (Jonson)

Malvolio

Manningham, John

Marcus, Leah

Markley, Robert

Marlowe, Christopher

antitheatrical attacks

Dido, Queen of Carthage

Dr. Faustus

Edward II

familism

The Massacre at Paris

Tamburlaine the Great

Marlowe effect

Marprelate, Martin

marriage

Marshall, Cynthia

Marston, John

Martin, Richard

Martz, Louis

Masque of Cupid (Spenser)

The Massacre at Paris (Marlowe)

Massinger, Philip

master–apprentice relations

masterless youth see also vagrancy

Matthew, Tobie

Maus, Katherine

Meditations (Tubbe)

The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary (anon.)

melancholy

The Memoirs of Anne, Lady Halkett

Meres, Francis

Mermaid Tavern

Merrick, Lady Anne

Metamorphoses (Ovid)

Microcosmos (Davies of Hereford)

Micrologia (R.M.)

Middleton, Thomas

A Game at Chess

A Mad World My Masters

The Revenger’s Tragedy

and Dekker The Roaring Girl

Midleton, John

Mildmay, Henry

Milton, John

Eikonoklastes: in Answer to a Book Entitl’d Eikon Basilike

“An Epitaph on … William Shakespeare”

Paradise Lost

Poems

The Reason of Church Government

Samson Agonistes

on Shakespeare

The Mirror for Magistrates

The Mirror of Martyrs (Weever)

misogyny

Mistress Quickly

modernity

monarchism

Montaigne, Michel de

More Fooles Yet (Sharpe)

More, James

Morgann, Maurice

mousetrap scene

Mueller, Janel

Mulis, Joseph

Munday, Anthony

The Murder of Gonzago

The Muse’s Sacrifice, or Divine Meditations (Davies of Hereford)

Nabbes, Thomas

Nashe, Thomas

Christ’s Tears Over Jerusalem

Pierce Penniless

Neely, Carol Thomas

The New Inn (Jonson)

Newcastle, Duke of see Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle

Nietzsche, Friedrich

Norton, Edward

Norwood, Richard

nostalgia

Notes from Black-Fryers (Fitzgeoffrey)

“Ode to Himself” (Jonson)

Odysseus

Old Fortunatus (Dekker)

Oldcastle, Sir John see Falstaff, Sir John

“On Worthy Master Shakespeare and His Poems” (I.M.S.)

orature

Orgel, Stephen

Original Letters.... of Sir John Falstaff and His Friends (White)

Oroonoko (Behn)

Orsino

Osborne, Dorothy

Osborne, Frances

Ostler, William

Overall, Mrs.

Overton, Robert

Ovid

Owen, Jane

Pagitt, Justinian

Palladis Tamia (Meres)

Palmer, Francis

Palmer, Thomas

Pantometria (Digges)

Paradise Lost (Milton)

Parsons, Robert

patronage system

Peele, George

Pembroke, Countess Dowager of see Herbert, Mary Sidney, Countess Dowager of Pembroke

Pembroke, Earl of see Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke

Pepys, Samuel

performance history

performance studies

performativity

Perkins, William

Petrarchan theme

Petre, Sir George

Philocothonista (Heywood)

Pierce Penniless (Nashe)

Pintpot, Mrs. Dame

Pistol

plague

plantations

playbooks

Playgoing in Shakespeare’s London (Gurr)

Pleasant Notes Upon Don Quixote (Gayton)

pluralistic theatre

Poems (Milton)

Poetaster (Jonson)

Pollard, Tanya

Poole, Kristen

popular theatre and Tamburlaine

The Praise of Folly (Erasmus)

preferment

pride

The Prince d’Amour (Rudyerd)

Prince Henry

Prince Henry’s Men

private theatres

Protestant (reformed) aesthetic

Protestantism

Protestants

public discourse

public spheres

Pucci, Joseph

puritanism

puritans

Rafe (Beaumont)

ragged regiment scene

Raleigh, Walter

Randolph, Thomas

Rasmussen, Eric

Ratcliff, Alex.

Ravenscroft, Thomas

The Reason of Church Government (Milton)

reception studies

Red Bull Theatre

Reed, Timothy

reformed aesthetic see Protestant (reformed) aesthetic

reification

remuneration

reprobation

response

diversity of

female

male

pragmatic or affirmative see also aesthetics, reception studies

Restoration

The Revenger’s Tragedy (Middleton)

Rich, Mary Boyle

Richard II

Richard III

Richard Whittington

Richards, Nathaniel

Richardson, William

Roach, Joseph

The Roaring Girl (Middleton and Rowley)

Roberts, Sasha

Rogers, John

The Roman Actor (Massinger)

Rose, Mary Beth

Rose Theatre

Rosemund (Daniel)

Rowe, George

Rowlands, Samuel

Rowlands, Thomas

Rowley, Samuel

Royalism

Rudyerd, Benjamin

Ruggles, George

Russell, John

Russell, Thomas

Sackville, Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset

Sackville, Thomas

sadomasochism

Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum (Lanyer)

Samson Agonistes (Milton)

Sanders, Eve

Sandiford, Keith

Sanford, James

Satiromastix (Dekker)

Satyres and Satyricall Epigrams (Fitzgeoffery)

Schoenfeld, Michael

Scoloker, Anthony

scorn

Scott, William

Scourge of Folly (Davies of Hereford)

Scudamore

Scudéry, Madeleine de

The Seaman’s Practice (Norwood)

Sejanus

Sejanus (Jonson)

Selden, John

Seldome

self

autonomous

performative see also subjectivity, performativity

self-development, -discovery, -realization, -reflection, -understanding see also self; subjectivity

self-shattering see also bliss; subjectivity

sententiae

servants

female

service workers

Shakespeare, William

Antony and Cleopatra

As You Like It

Comedy of Errors

Cymbeline

erotic passion

and Falstaff, Sir John

Folios

Hamlet

Davies, John of Hereford and

Henry IV 1,

Henry IV 2,

Henry IV plays

Henry V

Henry VI

Julius Caesar

King Lear

love poetry

Love’s Labour’s Lost

Macbeth

Merry Wives of Windsor

Midsummer Night’s Dream

Milton, John

Poems

Richard II

Richard III

Romeo and Juliet

Taming of the Shrew

The Tempest

Troilus and Cressida

Twelfth Night

The Winter’s Tale

Sharpe, Kevin

Sharpe, Roger

Sharpham, Edward

The Shattering of the Self (Marshall)

Shirley, James

The Lady of Pleasure

The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Dekker)

Sidney, Philip

Arcadia

Astrophel and Stella

Sir John Old Castell

Sissons, C. J.

slavery

A Solemne Ioviall Disputation....briefly Shadowing the Laws of Drinking (Brathwaite)

Sordido

Southampton, Countess of see Wriothesley, Elizabeth, Countess of Southampton

Southampton, Henry, Earl of

Southwell, Robert

The Spanish Tragedy (Kyd)

The Spectator

speech-acts

Speed, John

Speire, Katherine

Spenser, Edmund

Amoretti

The Faerie Queene

“Hymne of Heavenly Beautie”

Masque of Cupid

Tapestries of Cupid

The Staple of News (Jonson)

The State of Innocence (Dryden)

Stephens, John

Stevens, Paul

Stevin, Simon

Stow, John

Straw, Jack

street vendors

Stubbes, Philip

subjectivity see also Lacan, self, self-discovery, performativity

Suckling, John

Swan Theatre

Swinnerton, John

Sylvester, Joshua

tableaux of humiliation (Marlowe)

Tailor, Robert

Tamburlaine the Great (Marlowe)

emblems of power/relentless forces

Hamlet

idealization and travesty

liberation of the Protestant ethic

sadomasochism

scourge of God

Tamburlaine

and Falstaff, Sir John

scourge of God

Tapestries of Cupid (Spenser)

Tarleton, Richard

tavern world

Taylor, John

Taylors Travels To Hamburgh in Germanie

A Thiefe

The World Runnes on Wheeles

Taylors Travels To Hamburgh in Germanie (Taylor)

Temple, Wiliam

“The Fruits of Jealousie” (Tofte)

The Theatre of God’s Judgement (Beard)

theatre of meditation

theatre simile (Davies of Hereford)

A Theatre for Worldlings

theatrum mundi (theatre of the world)

An. Sc.

authority of the audience

“Bocke of Plaies” (Forman)

Davies, John of Hereford

Inns of Court

Spenser, Edmund

Tofte, Robert

A Theory of Literary Production

A Thiefe (Taylor)

Thynne, Sir Henry

Timber (Jonson)

Tofte, Robert

Tomlinson, Sophie

trade guilds

The Tragedie of Cleopatra (Daniel)

The Tragedy of Mariam (Cary)

Traister, Barbara

transportation allusion (Taylor)

travel-writing

A Treatise of Three Conversions of England from Paganism to Christian Religion (Parsons)

Tribulation Wholesome

Trodden Down Strength (Hart)

A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados (Ligon)

The True and Honorable History of the Life of Sir John Old-castle

True Tragedy of Richard III (anon.)

Tubbe, Henry

Turkish Empire

“Upon Master William Shakespeare…and his Poems” (Digges)

Urania (Davies)

vagrancy

Vandunk, Cornelius

The Vanitie of Sciences (Agrippa)

Vaughan, Robert

Vere, Francis

Verreyken, Ludovik (Louis)

Viola

Virgil

Virosus

Volpone (Jonson)

Waller, Edmund

The Wandering Jew Telling Fortunes to Englishmen: or A Jewes Lottery (anon.)

War of the Theatres

Waswo, Richard

Webster, John

Weever, John

Weimann, Robert

West, Richard

When You See Me You Know Me (Rowley)

Whimzies: or A New Cast of Characters (Brathwait)

White, Alice

White, James

Whitelock, Bulstrode

Whitney, Isabella

Williams, Elizabeth

witch trials

Wit’s Bedlam (Davies of Hereford)

Witte’s Pilgrimage (Davies of Hereford)

The Woman’s Prize (Fletcher)

women’s responses

The Wonderful Year (Dekker)

Woods, Susanne

workers

apprentices

the carpenter’s apprentice

Cox, Robert

citizens

Dr. Faustus

emigration

female craft servants

fishwives

Forman, Simon

Jonson, Ben

labour relations

Norwood, Richard

out of service

vagrancy

Works (Jonson)

The World Runnes on Wheeles (Taylor)

Wotton, Henry

Wriothesley, Elizabeth, Countess of Southampton

letter to her husband

The Writing Schoolmaster (Davies of Hereford)

Wybarn, Elizabeth

Yachnin, Paul

Zenocrate



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